The U.S. Office of Personnel Management‘s Data Strategy for FY 2023-2026 outlines a vision for a data-driven future for FY23-26, focusing on people, data, technology, and governance. The Data Strategy establishes four main goals to develop a data-driven culture, deliver quality data products, leverage technology, and implement strong data governance.

With this Data Strategy, OPM aims to enhance the Federal workforce’s experience and capabilities through improved data management and analytics. The document details steps for laying the foundation for the strategy, engaging partners, and developing a roadmap for execution.

Federal data leaders are tasked with increasing data competencies, mobilizing human capital professionals for collaboration, and leveraging human capital data assets strategically while protecting sensitive information. The strategy outlines a vision for a unified data ecosystem where customers can seamlessly discover, share, and use integrated human capital data assets. The strategy also calls for operationalizing data governance, breaking down data silos, achieving a comprehensive view of employees, and promoting data sharing within the framework of privacy and security policies.